The vacuum that ran off the lighter port for power. Any unit with a battery will NOT be sized for more than one cleaning and then back on the charger in the consumer models you listed. Those into pro car cleaning would use models that either run off AC or the lighter port.
Hello everyone! New to the forums here. I'm in need of some help in selecting a handheld vacuum that will be used for the interior of cars. With all of the research I have done, I'm having trouble finding the perfect handheld vacuum that I need it for. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm going to list below some important functions I need for this vacuum and some contenders I have found.
2. Long battery life (I will be out an about using this vacuum for multiple cars and don't want to worry about charging this mid-day but rather every day)
3. Powerful enough suction to pick up debris you'd expect to find in a car (dirt, fries, etc)
4. (OPTIONAL BUT DESIRED) Removable battery (like drill batteries) for charging or replacement. This would solve the problem of long battery life since I could carry multiple batteries.
Here are a couple vacuums I've found that I think are the best for me but as with any product there are pros and cons:
Pros: Small, lightweight, powerful suction, cordless, dirt tray is easily emptied, Dyson quality, car charger, removable battery (not for charging but replacement in case), pet hair brush, stretchable nozzle for hard to reach places, 2 year manu warranty, small/convenient.
Cons: 30 minute battery life (I cant imagine being able to use this all day with such a low battery life), charge time 210 minutes (I worry that the car charger wouldn't provide a quick enough charge between vacuuming cars if needed), can't charge battery separately.
Pros: Strong suction (some reviews online conflict with this), long hose for hard to reach places, cordless, pet brush, small/convenient, 2 year manu warranty.
Cons: Battery not removable (for replacement/charging), battery life (conflicting reviews/descriptions of 15 minutes-1 hour of use), no car charger, 4 hour charge time (only way to charge this one is overnight with access to a wall outlet, makes using all day a possible issue)
These are my top 2 contenders as of now. Since I will be using this vacuum very often (as in 5 days a week) I need reliability. Both of these vacuums average around the same reviews online.
Knowing a little about what I need, which vacuum would you recommend? One of the above or another recommendation?
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